San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua (PRWEB) June 18, 2008
Real estate investors have flocked to the pacific coast of Nicaragua in search of investment opportunities and the town of San Juan del Sur has used the influx of capital to make a number of infrastructure improvements.
Whether it's the chance to build a dream house, beachfront condominium, or purely invest in untouched beachfront property, investors from the US, Canada, and Europe have found San Juan del Sur and the surrounding areas to be a perfect fit.
The influx of capital has lead to infrastructure improvements benefiting the local community.
"Because of the investment activity over the last few years, we've really made some strides," said the Mayor of San Juan del Sur, Eduardo Holmann. "The new marina, the renovation of the town square, and the beachfront boardwalk would not have been possible before."
"It's been great to see the town benefiting from outside investment," said Zach Lunin, owner of Aurora Beachfront Realty (http://www.aurorabeachfront.com) in San Juan del Sur, "The town square is now more active with the new benches, concession stands, and beautiful lampposts lining the newly completed road to the beach."
Graduating from a sleepy backpacker's escape and surfer's haven, San Juan now sees a number of cruise lines docking in the bay. Visitors now ride launches from the cruise boats to the marina then walk along the boardwalk into the bustling beachside town.
"The types of improvements we've seen will surely help with tourism and further real estate investment." said Lunin. "It's win-win for everyone."